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  • What were the most popular selling vehicles in 2008? While some of the names on this list won't surprise you, some experts are saying that 2008 could be one of the last years where trucks are the best-selling models overall. If you're in the market for a new car or truck, it's useful to keep this list in mind to see what other consumers have bought, but don't be afraid to stray from convention. Ultimately the best choice for your next car can only be what's right for you, not only what's popular.
  • 10. Honda CR-V

    10. Honda CR-V

    197,279 Units Sold: Honda helped kick-start the compact crossover segment back in 1996 with its first CR-V. Now in its third-generation, the CR-V continues to offer just the right mix of space, style, efficiency and reliability for the 197,279 who drove one off the lot in 2008.
  • 8. Chevy Impala

    8. Chevy Impala

    265,840 Units Sold: The current Chevy Impala may not conjure up the same memories that its fullsize V8-powered forebears earned, but it's still an excellent seller for General Motors with a total of 265,840 sold in 2008.
  • 6. Honda Civic

    6. Honda Civic

    339,289 Units Sold:The Civic compact sedan marks Honda's second of three spots on the list of top sellers in 2008, with a total of 339,289 units sold. First introduced way back in 1972 as a 2-door coupe, and it's currently in its 8th generation.
  • 4. Honda Accord

    4. Honda Accord

    372,789 Units Sold: Honda has carved a sizable niche for itself out of the midsize sedan market by continually refining its high-quality, high-technology and extremely reliable sedan, the Accord. Honda's 372,789 Accord sales was enough to earn it the number 4 spot. Only one other car outsold the Accord.
  • 2. Chevy Silverado

    2. Chevy Silverado

    465,065 Units Sold: The Chevy Silverado is the perennial second-best seller here in the U.S. and it again earns that title for 2008 with a total of 465,065 units sold, despite the slowdown in truck sales due to record-high gasoline prices over the summer months. Care to guess guess what vehicle has again kept its crown for the year that just was?
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